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  • 1. Hong Kong By Allison 7,128,000 people
  • 2. Government
    • Limited democracy
      • You may only vote for things that are acceptable within the limits of a constitution. Anything the majority wants goes, even if it includes racism and war.
  • 3. Major Religions
    • Buddhism 28.9%
    • Christianity 10%
    • Ethic religions 38%
    • Hinduism 0.3%
    • Islam 1.5%
    • Non-religious 18.2%
    • Others 2.9%
  • 4. Family Life
    • All
      • Be loyal
      • Be respectful
    • Children and Teens
      • Work hard and get good grades
      • Go to a good school
    • Adults
      • Take care of the family
      • Get a good job and raise the family
    • Elders
      • Take care of children and grandchildren as much as possible as well as yourself.
      • You have more time to go on vacation or do something fun
  • 5. Food
    • Came from Guangzhou food
    • Typical
      • Steamed
      • Boiled
      • Stir-fried
    • Main ingredients
      • Seafood
      • Pork
      • Chicken
      • Vegetables
    • Common foods
      • Dim sum
      • Beijing duck
      • More modern Cantonese dishes
  • 6. Traditions
    • Weddings
      • The bridegroom picks up the bride after speaking to the parents
      • The couple drinks tea with the parents and receives a red packet containing money
      • They eat fish except for the head, tail, and skeleton as a symbol of a start of a good marriage.
    • Birthdays
      • Very similar to modern birthdays (party, cake, etc.)
  • 7. Education
    • Similar to education in the UK.
    • There’s lots of competition between the students
      • They want to be at the top of the list of students in order to get into a good university/college.
    • Split times with a.m. and p.m.
      • a.m. students have school in the mornings
      • p.m. students have school in the afternoons
    • Schools are very strict with…
      • Dress code
      • Grades
      • Behaviors
      • What you are allowed to bring to school and what you aren’t
      • Some schools check what you have in your bags before you enter the school.
  • 8. Entertainment and Recreation
    • Shopping malls
      • Shop (clothes, make up, shoes, etc.)
      • Eat
      • Play games
      • Watch movies
      • Go bowling
    • Parks (basic things (slides, ladders, etc.)
    • Theme Parks
      • Rides
      • Fast food restaurants
      • Sometimes aquariums
      • Shows
  • 9. Invisible Features
    • Importance of time
      • Important
        • If you show up late then it will seem like you have bad time management or that you don’t care very much about it
        • If you don’t show up at all it will seem like you don’t really care about it
        • If you show up really late then whatever you were supposed to attend would’ve started first
        • Sometimes they call your mobile and see where you are
        • It’s better to be early than late
    • Values
      • Family
      • Friends
      • Education
      • Money
  • 10. Communication Do’s and Don’ts
    • Do
    • Be polite
    • Stay as calm as possible
    • Respect others
    • Don’t
    • Be rude
    • Scream for no reason
    • Stare or be disrespectful
  • 11. Advice
    • Keep in mind that Hong Kong is more related to the UK than to America
    • Remember the do’s and don’ts

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